Originally posted on BaySportsNet  |  Last updated 5/6/13
Sorry, A’s fans. Those of you who were anxiously awaiting Hiroyuki Nakajima’s long-anticipated debut in Oakland will have to wait a little longer. Nakajima’s rehab stint at AAA Sacramento hit a snag on Friday night when Nakajima pulled up limping into first base after hitting a single in the seventh inning of a 3-0 River Cats victory over the Las Vegas 51′s. Nakajima admitted feeling tightness in his hamstring, and his rehab assignment was put on hold so he could be reevaluated by the big club. Nakajima was subsequently held out of both Saturday’s and Sunday’s games and appears doubtful to play in tonight’s series finale against Las Vegas. Nakajima made his stateside debut at Raley Field on Friday for the River Cats, garnering noticeably heightened media attention at Raley Field. Nakajima hurt his hamstring in a spring training game against the Giants and began the season on the 15-day disabled list.  He had been working his way back into playing condition ever since, and Friday was...
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